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Mashing Up Holiday Favorites For The 'Thanksgivukkah' Table

The second night of Hanukkah is converging with Turkey Day this year, forming a rare and delicious holiday that's being called "Thanksgivukkah."

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John Brown, the head of Zion Oil & Gas, believes the Bible will help him find oil in Israel. The company, which is listed on Nasdaq, has so far spent $130 million and drilled four dry holes. Brown is shown here at one of the company's drilling rigs in Israel. Courtesy of Zion Oil hide caption

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For the first time in nearly 2,000 years, relics of St. Peter the apostle (fragments of bone) are displayed for veneration. Franco Origlia/Getty Images hide caption

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Manischewitz-brined turkey centers the Thanksgivukkah feast, surrounded by challah-apple stuffing, sweet potato bourbon noodle kugel, horseradish-spiked mashed potatoes, brussels sprouts with pastrami and pickled onions, and latkes with cranberry applesauce. Macey J. Foronda/for BuzzFeed hide caption

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